Monthly Archives: February 2022

ASUA Town Hall: Candidate for Student Body President wants to rebrand and diversify ASUA

Patrick Robles is the one and only presidential candidate running in this year’s election for the University of Arizona Student Associate. Several of the other ASUA positions have only one candidate, and some senator positions are still short of candidates, even after the application deadline was extended by a week. …

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Exchange: ADOT Explains Why Highway Cameras Sometimes Turn Off | United States government and politics

PHOENIX (AP) – Traffic cameras across Arizona monitor you every day as you commute, capturing crashes and backups on state highways, but the Arizona Department of Transportation decides if you can see these camera feeds or if they turn black. “It’s basically common sense,” said A POINT spokesperson Doug Nick. …

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Shooting, archery and knife throwing in Scotland’s only Wild West town

WATCH: Shooting, archery and knife throwing in Scotland’s only Wild West town Calendar An icon of a desktop calendar. to cancel An icon of a circle with a diagonal line across it. Caret A right-pointing solid arrow icon. E-mail An icon of a paper envelope. Facebook An icon of Facebook’s …

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING FOR VARIANCE – Duluth News Tribune

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING FOR APPEALS IN VARIANCE OF ZONING ORDINANCE FOR ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MINNESOTA Notice is hereby given that the St. Louis County Board of Adjustment will hold a hybrid virtual and in-person public hearing on Thursday, March 17, 2022, beginning at 9:00 a.m., at the Government Services …

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Senators will follow the course of the fight in the Supreme Court | Government and politics

By MARY CLARE JALONICK – Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden and Senate Democrats say they are hoping for a bipartisan vote to confirm Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court. It won’t be easy, but some Republicans have expressed openness to voting for Biden’s nominee, who currently …

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Florida builder completes Denton County rental community

Florida-based apartment builder ZOM Living has completed its latest North Texas rental community in Denton County. The Mezzo Apartments are located off US Highway 380 in the town of Aubrey, between Denton and Prosper. The 378-unit project is the first such ZOM development in this region and the last of …

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Arizona seeks to resume executions after 7-year hiatus | Fremont Tribune – Government and Politics

PA PHOENIX (AP) — Prosecutors on Thursday asked the Arizona Supreme Court to issue a warrant of execution for a convicted murderer who, if executed, would be the first use of the death penalty by the state. State in seven years. Attorney General Mark Brnovich’s office filed the request for …

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Twinkie Town Prospect Voting 2022: Round 16 | Minnesota Twins top prospects

Misael Urbina wins our election in round 15. He is still far from the majors. It will be fun to see his progress this summer. Royce Lewis 40% (Martin 37%, Balazovic 23%) Austin Martin 65% (Balazovic 25%, Duran 7%, Woods-Richardson 2%) Joe Ryan 43% (Balazovic 27%, Miranda 24%, Duran 4%, …

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Winter weather disrupts travel through the heartland | national

DALLAS (AP) — Freezing rain and drizzle are disrupting travel from central Texas to the Great Lakes, with icy roads leading to hundreds of traffic accidents. Hundreds of flights were canceled Wednesday at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport as freezing rain froze parts of Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri and Arkansas bracing for …

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The Pima County Community Resource Fair is scheduled for March 5 in Tucson

TUCSON, AZ – Residents of Pima County who could use help with things like job training, finding a good preschool or utilities, and rental assistance can connect with resources at the next county resource fair. The county’s Department of Community Development and Workforce is hosting the fair from 10 a.m. …

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Global government officials and technical experts virtually discuss vaccine development, equity and more

House ” News ” Global government officials and technical experts virtually discuss vaccine development, equity and more © Shutterstock Last week, a virtual event organized by the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI), the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security and the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research attracted …

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Call for ceramic art for the “Steep” teapot exhibition

“STEEP”: The Princeton Arts Council has announced a call for ceramic art for a national exhibition exploring the possibilities of the teapot. Adam Welch, ceramist and executive director of the CAP, will be part of the jury. (Teapot by Adam Welch) The Princeton Arts Council (ACP) is now accepting submissions …

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Radio Station WHMI 93.5 FM – News, Weather, Traffic, Sports, School Updates and the Best Classic Hits from Livingston County Michigan

jonathanfilskov-photography/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — As the COVID-19 pandemic swept the world, more than 5.8 million people have died from the disease worldwide, including more than 935,000 Americans, according to compiled real-time data. by the Center for Systems Science and Systems at Johns Hopkins University. Engineering. About 64.7% of the …

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Billings Snow Blankets: Impacting the Community Differently

BILLINGS — The biggest snowstorm of the year has brought slippery roads and inches of snow to Billings. Luckily, most schools in Billings already had a day off due to the Presidents Day holiday. It meant a snowy day for some, but many people, including truckers, were hunkered down inside. …

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Provo is home to local, state and national government

(DOUG JESSOP – JESSOP’S JOURNEYS) In this Jessop’s Journeys I had the opportunity to visit with Michelle Kaufusi, Mayor of Provo. It’s a bit obvious that we were going to talk about government. The place of our visit was the top of the new town hall. There was an almost …

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Best bankruptcy credit card 2022: Rebuild your credit

Bankruptcy can help you reset your financial future. After you go through one, a wise step is to rebuild your credit. When searching for the best bankruptcy credit cards, it is vital to be realistic about the types of offers you might receive. In most instances, this might include you …

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The Los Angeles sun casts a dark shadow over the community of Inglewood

By Jack SavageMedill Reports INGLEWOOD, Calif. – Not even 48 hours after the Super Bowl ended, the glitz and glamor of the circus event was long gone. The streets were barren, littered only with rubbish, giving off an eerie ghost town vibe. For a week, Inglewood, California was the epicenter …

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Bankruptcy settlement shifts to the fast lane

The Ministry of Commercial Affairs is set to propose amendments to the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC), based on recommendations made by a parliamentary panel, during the budget session of Parliament, according to a person familiar with folder. The IBC Amendment Bill, which must first be approved by the Union …

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US Government Donates Leftover Border Wall Materials to Texas | Arizona News

By DANYELLE KHMARA, Arizona Daily Star TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — The federal government has donated at least $6 million in leftover border wall materials to Texas, which will use them for the state’s plan to build its own wall. Materials purchased with federal tax money were donated to this effort …

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Jordan Hall files for bankruptcy | national news

Jordan ‘JD’ Hall has filed for bankruptcy in federal bankruptcy court in Montana, saying he is unable to afford increasingly expensive attorney fees while fighting a lawsuit filed against him by Adrian Jawort. The bankruptcy filing also immediately suspends legal proceedings, including the penalty hearing scheduled for Wednesday. If this …

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Michael Bunting could sell out of town

Michael Bunting has been a revelation for the Toronto Maple Leafs this season. Unfortunately, he looks like he’s about to get kicked out of town afterwards. Since his current contract pays him (by CapFriendly) just $950,000 this season and next season, you have to imagine he’ll be asking for a …

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Croatian luxury food importer initiates pre-bankruptcy proceedings

February 20, 2022 – Selection MM, a well-known Croatian luxury food importer owned by Marijo Mendek, has unfortunately started pre-bankruptcy proceedings. As Poslovny Dnevnik In writing, the Commercial Court of Zagreb has opened the pre-bankruptcy proceedings of the Selection MM company of Marijo Mendek, known as the most famous Croatian …

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Five years of the insolvency and bankruptcy code: a promising journey

Five years of the insolvency and bankruptcy code Five years of the insolvency and financial ruin code The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (IBC), enacted on May 28, 2016, in reaction to an growth in non-appearing loans, seeks to deal with the trouble of non-appearing property (NPA) in ways. It …

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Here’s why we can expect warmer, drier weather in Arizona

John Loleit has kept a watchful eye on the towering saguaros and well-worn trails of the McDowell Sonoran Preserve for 22 years. Loleit, Scottsdale’s natural resources coordinator, travels almost daily into the wilderness of the 47-square-mile park in all weathers, repairing fences, leading hikes, and training park staff and volunteers. …

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Georgetown panel discusses ‘faith, politics and the Latino community’

WASHINGTON, DC — The stereotypical 32 million Latino voters in the United States — that they’re monolithic, focused solely on immigration issues, are predictably Democrats and Catholics — lead stubborn lives, But the reality is very different. And politicians are considerably ahead of the public in this awareness. That was …

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Rimrock Mall owners avoid bankruptcy with new management change | Local News

Rimrock Mall is under new management after Starwood Capital, the mall’s former owner, reached an agreement with its bank to transfer ownership and avoid foreclosure. Wells Fargo Commercial Mortgage Trust held Starwood’s $72.7 million loan when the pair reached an agreement last fall, according to a report in Direct Commercial …

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Boy Scouts bankruptcy judge pushes abuse settlement hearing after reviews

The Cushman Watt Scout Center, headquarters of the Boy Scouts of America for the Los Angeles Area Council, is pictured in Los Angeles, California October 18, 2012. REUTERS/Fred Prouser Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register The names of companies and law firms listed above are auto-generated based …

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An American city and a city in Mexico separated by barbed wire

NOGALES, Ariz. (NewsNation Now) — Nogales, Mexico and Nogales, Arizona share a name but are divided by wired fences and an iron wall that overlooks both the quiet American residential neighborhood and the bustling Mexican town. The walls of Nogales date back more than a century and have taken different …

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Oath Keepers leader to remain in jail until Capitol riot trial | National government and new policies

FILE – This photo, provided by the Collin County Sheriff’s Office, shows Stewart Rhodes. A federal judge on Friday, Feb. 18, 2022, refused to release Oath Keepers founder Rhodes from jail pending trial for conspiring with other members of his far-right militia to attack the U.S. Capitol to prevent Congress …

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WEIS-Radio | Local and regional news, sports and weather » Senate avoids government shutdown after amendments to repeal COVID mandates fail

Samuel Corum/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — Senators narrowly avoided a government shutdown Thursday night, passing a short-term funding bill a day before funds expired. The bill, which maintains funding at current levels, will keep the federal government operating until March 11. Congressional leaders hope that by then negotiators will have reached …

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Long-Struggling Ohio Valley University Files for Bankruptcy | News, Sports, Jobs

VIENNA — Considered the optimal option, Ohio Valley University filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy Thursday in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of West Virginia in Wheeling. The case was handled by attorney Martin P. Sheehan of Sheehan & Associates PLLC of Wheeling, according to a press …

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Invalid baptisms send shock waves throughout the Catholic community

MILWAUKEE, (CBS 58) — A Catholic priest in Arizona who performed baptisms the wrong way for years has resigned in Arizona. The invalid baptisms sent shock waves throughout the Catholic community. Words mean everything in the Catholic community. In this case, a priest used the word “we” instead of “I” …

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Pressure mounts on Biden administration to change student loan bankruptcy rules

President Joe Biden has campaigned to reform the bankruptcy system, which currently makes it extremely difficult to discharge student loan debt. Borrowers must meet a heavy burden of proof: that repayment of the loans would result in “undue hardship”. Last fall, Biden’s federal student aid chief, Richard Cordray, told Congress …

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Neiman Marcus bounces back from bankruptcy to open new Dallas ‘office center’

A Neiman Marcus store and manager Eric Severson (Neiman Marcus, Neiman Marcus Group, iStock) Neiman Marcus credits its hybrid work models with key to the chain’s efforts to emerge from near-death. The Dallas-based luxury retailer has announced the opening of a new “office center” in Dallas, according to the Dallas …

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These restaurants are on the verge of bankruptcy, according to recent data – Eat This Not That

Few industries have been hit by COVID-19 like restaurants. And nearly two years into the pandemic, the struggle to stay in business is far from over for thousands of operators. With chains like Ruby Tuesday and Golden Corral teetering on the brink of disaster, it’s really independent restaurants — local …

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How are government mandates good for business?

It’s not business as usual at the Arizona State Capitol. Several bills have been introduced this session that fit a common theme: more government intrusion into the workplaces of private employers; new regulations undermining the ability of job creators to define their own policies; and the threat of costly litigation, …

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Purdue Pharma mediator to recommend ways to end bankruptcy

Feb 17 (Reuters) – A mediator will soon present recommendations to end the bankruptcy of Purdue Pharma, which is expected to provide billions of dollars to tackle the opioid crisis the maker of OxyContin has been accused of fueling, a company attorney said Thursday. Purdue’s Sackler family owners and attorneys …

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Twinkie Town Prospect Voting 2022: Round 14 | Minnesota Twins top prospects

Cole Sands is our pick at round thirteen. You should be able to catch a glimpse of his pitch at a Saints game this summer. Royce Lewis 40% (Martin 37%, Balazovic 23%) Austin Martin 65% (Balazovic 25%, Duran 7%, Woods-Richardson 2%) Joe Ryan 43% (Balazovic 27%, Miranda 24%, Duran 4%, …

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Christine Crowe – Herald of Grand Forks

We regret to announce the death of Christine Marie Crowe-Kuzel of Bismarck on February 9, 2022. Christine was surrounded by her family and passed away peacefully. There will be a gathering time on Friday, February 18, 2022, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Bismarck Funeral Home. There will be …

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Small business bankruptcy rules set to be expanded by Congress

The program grew as the pandemic ravaged millions of small businesses, the government raised the debt threshold to qualify for Sub-Chapter V to $7.5 million from $2.7 million , then extended it for another year. Without another renewal, the upper limit will expire next month, excluding thousands of businesses that …

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Senators urge CFPB to investigate private student lenders’ bankruptcy compliance

On February 10, several American senators sent a letter to CFPB Director Rohit Chopra claiming that private student loan companies and servicing agents have “intentionally misrepresented to borrowers” their ability to repay certain private student loans in the event of bankruptcy. Citing a report from the Center for Student Borrower …

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There’s more with Asset Protection | Community

By Dan Barney Estate planning and law “How can I protect my assets from creditors? Last week, we looked at two sources of protection: A) transferring assets from your personal possession and B) protecting a minimum amount of assets under Oklahoma’s homestead laws. These include special protections for annuities and …

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What you need to know – Forbes Advisor

Editorial Note: We earn a commission on partner links on Forbes Advisor. Commissions do not affect the opinions or ratings of our editors. If your business is behind on its bills, saddled with too much debt, and besieged by creditors, you may be able to take a break from Chapter …

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Bureau of Reclamation chief says drought is forcing government to operate ‘in a completely different regime’

“When [the system] was built 100 years ago, you can look out the window if you’re in Colorado and see snow, and know that’s your reservoir for spring,” Bureau of Reclamation commissioner Camille Touton said. , to CNN in an exclusive interview. “It’s not like that anymore. What you see …

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Owners of Pahrump Valley Winery file for bankruptcy

The parent company of Pahrump Valley Winery has filed for bankruptcy. Nevada Wine Cellars Inc., which operates the local winery at 3810 Winery Road in Pahrump, said it owed more than $1 million to creditors, including $9,153 to the Nye County Treasurer’s Office, according to a document filed January 31 …

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Phyllis Irene Hoffman – Mitchell Republic

Phyllis Irene (Puetz) Hoffman, 85, returned to heaven on February 10, 2022. She died at home, hand in hand with her husband and love of 67 years. Phyllis was born on July 17, 1936, in her family home near Ethan, South Dakota. She was number 6 of 19 children born …

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The awful sound of Shelley Luther’s moral bankruptcy

If you listen carefully to Shelley Luther’s Six Seconds of Silence, you can hear a lot. Luther, the Dallas hair salon owner who was made a political star by Texas Republicans in 2020 when she defied a pandemic-induced state order to temporarily close nonessential businesses, is running as state representative. …

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Evander Kane’s trustee wants to sue company that arranged his loans – The Athletic

The trustee overseeing Evander Kane’s Chapter 7 bankruptcy wants to sue Sure Sports, which typically arranges and guarantees high-interest loans to athletes. Sure Sports arranged the bulk of the undersea loans to the beleaguered NHL winger. Based in Hollywood, Florida, Sure Sports has arranged and likely underwritten hundreds of millions …

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Detroit woman goes from bankruptcy to business owner

DETROIT (WXYZ) — From welfare to Walmart is the mantra of a Detroit woman who clawed her way back from bankruptcy to become a successful business owner. It’s an unlikely road that she likes to share as an inspiration to other African Americans who find themselves hopeless, especially during this …

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Senate GOP package pushes to provide program for parents | National government and new policies

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota Senate Republicans on Monday introduced a “Parents Bill of Rights” legislative package, which they say would give parents more access to the program in their children’s schools, reflecting a nationwide GOP push for program transparency. The package consists of bills that would require schools …

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Phonexa to power community and partnership initiatives with LinkUnite

Marketing automation platform Phonexa further fuels its community-building and partnership initiatives with LinkUnite, an invitation-only women’s retreat and forum for women leaders in leadership and senior positions in digital marketing . Expected from April 10 to 13 in Arizonathe inaugural forum is a by-product and extension of Phonexa’s partner program, …

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Lawyers in 2 states sanctioned for association with national bankrupt law firm

House Daily News Lawyers from 2 states sanctioned for association… Ethics Lawyers in 2 states sanctioned for association with national bankrupt law firm By Debra Cassens-Weiss February 14, 2022, 1:59 p.m. CST Image from Shutterstock. Update: Lawyers in Iowa and Virginia have been disciplined for associating with a national bankruptcy …

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The small town of Cave Creek, AZ makes a perfect weekend trip

Posted in Arizona February 14, 2022 by Michael Reich The Grand Canyon State is home to countless natural, historical and cultural treasures, and there’s a place where you can experience it all. The small town of Cave Creek is located about 40 minutes north of …

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Weather in Northwest Orange County for Monday, February 14, 2022

Weather in Northwest Orange County for Monday, February 14, 2022: Today: Sunny, with high near 77. Wind light variable becoming southwest 5 to 10 mph in the afternoon. Tonight: Scattered fog after 10 p.m. Otherwise, increasing cloudiness, with a low around 52. Wind southwest 5 to 10 mph becoming southeast …

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Arizona lawmakers propose communist-style ‘community schools’

A Russian Communist of the 20th century said: “Children, like soft wax, are very malleable… We must save children from the harmful influence of the family… From the first days of their small life, they must be under the beneficial influence of the Communists. schools… To force the mother to …

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Nogales sewer pipe to receive life-saving repair | Government and politics

A cement lined manhole leading to the sewage sewer line marks the spot where the sewage pipe was sheared below the surface and leaked into Portrero Creek north of Nogales, Arizona, on August 1, 2017. Pipes running horizontally along the shore are part of a diversion system built to divert …

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Olympics Live: Humphries in the lead after day one of monobob | Olympic Games

PA BEIJING (AP) — The latest news on the Beijing Winter Olympics: Kaillie Humphries has a big lead in the first part of the monobob competition at the Beijing Olympics. Humphries is competing for the first time as an American citizen. It is also the first time that the monobob, …

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Seven states challenge Biden’s $15 minimum wage policy for contractors

Seven states sued the Biden administration last week over its new requirement that contractors pay their employees a minimum wage of $15 an hour. President Biden announced the initiative shortly after taking office in January 2021, then followed with an executive order in April, which started the rulemaking process. The …

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12 things to do in town from February 11 to 17 | Things to do

This Friday, we’re bringing you a week (and beyond) of things to do, including the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show, January 17-27! We hope to see you Around Town, January 11-17! UNTIL FEBRUARY 13 Fat Fountain of the Hills Theater https://fhtaz.org; 480.837.9661 FEBRUARY 9-13 Pip & Squeek Go to the show …

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NASA’s new space telescope sees first starlight and takes a selfie – Boston News, Weather, Sports

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — NASA’s new space telescope captured its first starlight and even took a selfie of its giant gold mirror. All 18 segments of the James Webb Space Telescope’s main mirror appear to be functioning properly 1.5 months into the mission, officials said Friday. The telescope’s first …

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City Opposes Zoning Bill Passing AZ Legislature | Local News

A municipal zoning bill proposed for consideration by the Arizona State Legislature will harm cities and towns in the state, and the City of Fountain Hills opposes it. In a letter to lawmakers, Mayor Ginny Dickey said Bill 2674 would establish “lawful housing” without an obligation to make it affordable. …

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Minor League Baseball community rallies behind Michigan reporter who had his back first | PA

DETROIT — There are few greatest defenders for minor league baseball players than Emily Waldon. In the spring of 2019, Waldon, then writing for The Athletic, shone one of the brightest spotlights on the financial inequity facing minor leaguers, under the headline “I can’t afford to play this game.” . …

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Critics slam candidate ad showing shootout with Democrats | National government and new policies

PHOENIX (AP) — A Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate in Arizona came under fire Thursday for an Old West-style ad showing him pulling guns from President Joe Biden, Arizona Sen. Mark Kelly and the President of the Nancy Pelosi room. Critics said the ad by businessman Jim Lamon was …

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Dave Chappelle helps block Ohio city’s affordable housing plan, threatens to pull investments

dave chapel Jason Merritt/Getty Images Dave Chappelle by Dave Chappelle The declaration of the town hall had an impact. The city of Yellow Springs, Ohio, will not move forward with an affordable housing development after Chappelle, 48, and other residents spoke out against the building plan at a meeting on …

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Survivors of weather disasters may age faster

Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico in 2017 causing over $100 billion in damage, killing over 3,000 people and traumatizing many more. But that was not all: it also accelerated the aging process of rhesus macaque monkeys living in the area. A new study of these macaques found that the trauma …

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Gustine native on the rise in the US Air Force | Community

A local service member has received a major promotion within the United States Army. Gustine’s Nickolas Meyer has served in the Air Force since April 2018 as an aircraft metals technology specialist. After nearly four years of service, Meyer was recently promoted to Staff Sergeant (SSgt). The rank of staff …

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Nature: Researchers frustrated by resignation of Biden’s science adviser amid scandal

Researchers frustrated as Biden science adviser resigns amid scandal This article features Government Accountability Project whistleblower client Rachel Wallace and was originally published here. The American scientific community is in shock after the resignation last night of President Joe Biden’s top scientific adviser, Eric Lander. Revealed by media reports Politicsa …

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330! That’s the number of lives NOAA satellites helped save in 2021… | Weather Blog

When a NOAA satellite identifies the location of a distress signal in the United States, the information is transmitted to the SARSAT Mission Control Center at NOAA’s Satellite Operations Center in Suitland, Maryland. . From there, information is sent quickly to rescue coordination centers, operated either by the US Air …

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Someone’s Compiled A List Of Every BBQ Place In K-Town, From Most Affordable To Least

By day Rajesh Niti works as a biomedical engineer identify new therapies for patients with aggressive forms of cancer. In his spare time, he enjoys analyzing football and food data. Late last week, Niti dropped a gem for Angelenos who appreciate high-quality meats seared over charcoal: a comparative analysis of …

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Community helps Virginia firefighter fight cancer

PETERSBURG, Va. — Dedicated his life to saving others, now Petersburg Fire Sgt. Michael Clark thinks a cancer treatment trial could save him. Doctors first discovered Clark’s stage IV colon cancer in October 2019. “I started to feel a little rude,” he said. “I couldn’t keep food down and started …

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Arizona AG says governor can send armed troops to border | United States government and politics

PHOENIX (AP) — The Republican attorney general of Arizona, locked in a tough U.S. Senate primary where border security is a top GOP issue, said Monday the governor could use National Guard troops and state law enforcement to forcibly return migrants across the border to Mexico. regardless of federal immigration …

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Terisa Gabriel – Enterprise Park Rapids

December 02, 1964 – October 16, 2021 Terisa Marie Gabriel, 56, a resident of the Park Rapids, MN area, died October 16, 2021 at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Park Rapids MN. Terisa Marie Gabriel was born in St Paul, Minnesota on December 2, 1964, to Johnny Verdjas and Sharon Viloria. …

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Scottsdale Community Comes Together to Remember Abused and Killed 11-Year-Old | Arizona News

SCOTTSDALE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) – A community gathered Sunday night to pay their respects to 11-year-old Chaskah Davis Smith. Chaskah’s grandmother, Stephanie Davis, and her husband, Thomas Desharnais, are charged in connection with her murder. They met at the Extended Stay America in Old Town Scottsdale, where the family has …

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Community view | Be sure to use a county-approved rescue or shelter | Kingman Miner Daily

MOHAVE COUNTY – Many so-called animal shelters, rescues, and sanctuaries are located in Mohave County, but few are actually licensed by the Mohave County government. If someone is considering adopting a loving pet forever, it is recommended that they do their homework beforehand. According to the Mohave County Department of …

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“So Ready to Go”: Road Warriors Seeking Warm-Weather Adventures Head to the St. Louis RV Show | Metro

ST. LOUIS — As St. Louis residents shrugged off days of ice and snow on Saturday, some found respite downtown dreaming of warmer days ahead in gleaming new trailers, fifth wheels and toy transporters. This weekend’s STL RV Travel Show filled America’s Middle with hundreds of the latest recreational vehicles …

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Arizona lawmakers decide to partially restore jury challenges | United States government and politics

By PAUL DAVENPORT – Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona lawmakers are advancing a proposal to partially reverse the state Supreme Court’s groundbreaking elimination of the longstanding practice of allowing attorneys to dismiss potential jurors without explanation. Proponents of eliminating so-called peremptory challenges say it would help prevent discrimination in …

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Maricopa County Judge Rosa Mroz Dies in Accident | United States government and politics

PHOENIX (AP) — Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Rosa Mroz died Saturday after being seriously injured when she was hit by a car three days earlier, the court said in a statement. Mroz, whose age was not immediately available, died from injuries sustained in the crash, which is still being …

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Biden expands Trump-era solar tariffs, but eases some – Boston News, Weather, Sports

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden on Friday extended tariffs imposed by former President Donald Trump on most solar panels imported from China and other countries. But in a nod to his efforts to fight climate change and boost clean energy, Biden has ruled out tariffs on some panels used …

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